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Script Eisenberg Double Strand Pearls with tags

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Elisabethan's loves498 of 5606 Loetz Blattgrün Verlaufend Box c1900Pair of Faux Pearl Bracelets
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    Posted 11 months ago

    Musicbird90
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    I’m so excited to find this necklace with the original Eisenberg retail tags still attached! As far as I can tell from research this would be from the mid-1940s. I’d like to verify that.

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    1. Musicbird90, 11 months ago
      No. The crystal connectors are about 1/2” long with 1.5mm of surface space. There aren’t any marks in those. That is the only place I would think an additional marking could possibly be placed.
    2. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 11 months ago
      In all my collecting days, I have never seen a foil hang tag with a script E. This is a wonderful find. According to research, the script “E” was used 1942-1945, but could of been “used later than 1945 if space for mark was limited.” I do believe your date is right-on, right Ken?
    3. Musicbird90, 11 months ago
      I acquired it from a second hand store.
    4. Musicbird90, 11 months ago
      An antique/thrift store.
    5. Musicbird90, 11 months ago
      Wow!! Thanks so very much for your input!

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